Malaysian artist Fahmi Reza posing with his work depicting former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. Both Fahmi and Najib are users of Clubhouse. Photo: Facebook Malaysian artist Fahmi Reza posing with his work depicting former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. Both Fahmi and Najib are users of Clubhouse. Photo: Facebook
Malaysian artist Fahmi Reza posing with his work depicting former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. Both Fahmi and Najib are users of Clubhouse. Photo: Facebook
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Malaysians turn to Clubhouse amid coronavirus lockdown, weighing its inequities vs practicality

  • Science minister Khairy Jamaluddin, actress Maya Karin and disgraced ex-premier Najib Razak have all used the audio-chat app to reach out to audiences
  • Describing it as ‘talk radio where anything goes’, one analyst said Clubhouse could end up being overrun by misinformation, including on Covid-19 vaccines

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Malaysian artist Fahmi Reza posing with his work depicting former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. Both Fahmi and Najib are users of Clubhouse. Photo: Facebook Malaysian artist Fahmi Reza posing with his work depicting former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. Both Fahmi and Najib are users of Clubhouse. Photo: Facebook
Malaysian artist Fahmi Reza posing with his work depicting former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. Both Fahmi and Najib are users of Clubhouse. Photo: Facebook
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